Richard Robinson keeps high fashion in Ottawa alive
Ottawa designer Richard Robinson owns the only fashion school in the country that still teaches haute couture.
Carleton students using technology to bring centuries-old manuscripts into the digital age
Medieval papers are being digitized by modern-day students in a brand new course at Carleton University.
Ottawa 2019: Historians to explore how the First World War shaped Canada
The conference will explore the return of Indigenous veterans, the contribution of nurses and the perils of moving from war to peace.
Strings attached: Making dulcimers a labour of love
At half the size of the classic six-string guitar, the dulcimer is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
Stamp of approval: Chris Green’s passion has become his career
Chris Green started collecting stamps as a child. But he never lost the passion and today he runs his own business buying and selling stamps.
Survival of the Sedate: Being slow in the animal kingdom has benefits
This new exhibition at the Canadian Museum of Nature is showing people that living slow in the animal kingdom can be the best form of survival.
Chasing unicorns: Clive Doucet’s latest book offers view of life from grandfather’s perspective
Clive Doucet has published a new book about being a grandfather.
Communities working hard to keep historic Ottawa churches open
Congregations and community members are taking action to preserve Ottawa’s historic churches in light of shrinking congregations and rising maintenance costs.
Capital Pride moves into winter with five-day event during Winterlude
Capital Pride is expanding into winter with a five-day party called WinterPride
Expressions of Muslim Women: a decade of empowerment through art
In a time where Muslim women are seen as oppressed, an annual women-only event in Ottawa is empowering these women through different art forms. This year, they celebrated their 10th anniversary.